It has taken longer than expected but Google has announced that the new Nexus 6 smartphone will cost a minimum of £499.
For that price you will get the 32GB version of the device, or for £549, an extra £50, you can double that storage to 64GB, which isn't too bad if you compare how much Google's competitors charge for extra built-in storage.
Pricing is now one thing ticked off the list for UK consumers, who have been anxiously waiting for further news about the Nexus 6 since it was first announced in the middle of October.
Now that we have a price, it surely can't be too long before Google tells us when the device will be hitting our shelves. According to Engadget, Vodafone and other resellers have already confirmed that they plan to stock the 6.
The most recent rumours are pointing to a November 18th order date and December 1st delivery, but take these with a pinch of salt for the time being.
As well as coming with two storage options, you will have the choice of two colours if you want the device as soon as it launches. If you aren't a fan of either Midnight Blue or Cloud White then you might want to wait it out for a while and see if further colours are released a little further down the line.
If you don't know the specifications already, the Motorola-built Nexus 6 will feature a six-inch Quad HD display, dual front-facing speakers and a 13MP rear camera with optimal image stabilisation.
Under the bonnet you get 3GB of RAM, a 2.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon 805 processor and Android 5.0 Lollipop, the latest version of the Android operating system.